Screen Dragons

Screen Dragons

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Windows 7/8/10/11
portable Portable

place frameless, resizable images on your desktop A Screen Dragon is a frame-less, re-sizeable, movable image that can be viewed transparently and alpha-blended. Each Screen Dragon can be loaded with multiple images, and multiple Screen Dragons can be run at the same time. You can use Screen Dragons to simply place a movable reference image onto your desktop or, used with screen capture, a Screen Dragon can be added as a logo or watermark or highlight or used to create a collage of images. You can also drop a folder of images onto the Screen Dragon executable and use it as a convenient image viewer to thumb through the images in the folder by double clicking with your mouse. Each Screen Dragon can be sized and the opacity can be adjusted with your mouse wheel. The concept of using Screen Dragons can be a little confusing at first and we recommend to read the help document that comes included with the ZIP file for a detailed description and helpful hints. Copyright

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Publisher BRS Price Free
Version  history Last updated Jan 06, 2021
File Size 951 Kb Requirements None

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It's almost the software I've been dream 4 stars by carl969 Nov 26, 2018 (Read all my 2 reviews)
When I got the idea to paste images onto my Windows desktop, I thought it would be fairly easy to do. Currently, my workflow is that I use a vector drawing program to paste notes, and some separate area for kanban columns onto a nice image. I then use Windows Sticky Notes to organize my immediate tasks. However, changing and exporting desktop bitmaps is the pain it sounds to be. When I saw this program, I was very excited! Once you know how, it couldn't be simpler to place bitmaps on the desktop. There was a problem I saw immediately which was that I couldn't rotate the images; this is kinda fine.. just an aesthetics point. The BIG problem is that you cannot save the configuration between reboots. Until you can, it's really no more than a cool toy. show Review details
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